A Saunders County man who was convicted in 2009 of killing a 97-year-old woman in 1977 and won a new trial has been convicted of threatening a witness in the case.
The attorney general's office says Jeffrey Glazebrook was also found guilty on Friday of making terrorist threats.
Glazebrook was convicted in the death of Sadie McReynolds, of Ashland.
The Nebraska Supreme Court reversed the conviction and ordered a new trial. The Saunders County attorney later moved to dismiss the murder charge to ensure that Glazebrook wouldn't evade prosecution because of any time delay.
Prosecutors say during his murder trial, Glazebrook threatened to kill a testifying witness, which several jurors reported.
Glazebrook, who could be classified as a habitual offender, faces up to 120 years in prison